To relentlessly pursue an equitable world for every child.
UNICEF USA supports UNICEF’s global work for children through fundraising, advocacy and education in the United States
From the youngest of Trick-or-Treaters, to school club members, marathon runners, UNITERs, celebrities, civic leaders, companies, Child Friendly Cities and more — young people, families, professionals and communities across the United States share an unwavering commitment to protect every child’s rights and future.
These supporters work together, with UNICEF USA, to advocate and fundraise for lifechanging and lifesaving care for children worldwide. From the help of individuals in the United States, UNICEF USA is consistently the top national committee that funds UNICEF's work for children.
There are many reasons. Here are a few:
UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization
UNICEF operates in over 190 countries and territories with over 15,000 dedicated staffers
UNICEF has over 75 years of humanitarian response expertise
UNICEF responds to an average of 300 emergencies a year
UNICEF has the largest humanitarian supply warehouse in the world that can ship to anywhere within 72 hours
UNICEF’s buying power has reduced the cost of immunization and other health necessities
UNICEF is leading the equitable, global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines
Ready to change and save lives?
Help fund critical programs
Dedicate a special occasion to fundraise for UNICEF’s work, choose UNICEF USA as your workplace giving recipient, run or bike a marathon on Team UNICEF or take part in the iconic Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. Send humanitarian supplies directly to children who need it most through UNICEF Inspired Gifts. Shop consciously by purchasing from UNICEF Market and partners that give back to UNICEF USA.
Participate in events
Attend a gala, speaker series or other event to learn more about the challenges that children face and raise funds for the solutions.
Advocate for change
Contact your legislators to establish policies that protect children, urge your leaders to become a Child Friendly City, volunteer with the UNITE team or help raise awareness online with our Social Press Kit.
Students: start or join your school's UNICEF Club.